International Relations

Providence Mag: Tibet’s Climate Crisis and the CCP’s Responsibility

By: Jianli Yang - December 28, 2021 December 10 marked the thirty-second anniversary of the conferment of the Nobel Peace Prize to the Tibetan spiritual leader the Fourteenth Dalai Lama. The conflict between Tibet and communist China has been an international...

Washington Times: Time has come for a nonmilitary equivalent to NATO to face the growing threat from China

By: Jianli Yang - December 27, 2021 Earlier this month, President Biden hosted the Summit for Democracy, bringing together the world’s democratic nations and those struggling for freedom against authoritarian dictatorships. It was an important, much-needed initiative...

National Review: Xi Gaslights the World with Ludicrous Claims of Chinese ‘Democracy’

By: Jianli Yang - December 10, 2021 Everyone understands that China is in fierce competition with the United States economically, geopolitically, technologically, and militarily. The competition is between the world’s most powerful democracy and the world’s most...

The Hill: The fight against China’s ideology requires a free and open internet

By: Lianchao Han & Bradley Thayer - December 02, 2021 The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently passed its third resolution on history, boasting of its 100 years of achievement. But the document focuses mainly on the so-called historic breakthroughs and landmark...